A study by the University of Essex tracked volunteers with low mental wellbeing. Two-thirds saw their mental health improve after six weeks of exposure to nature. The folks with the worst problems showed the biggest improvements. Another study from Environmental … Read More »
After 50 years of carefully tending the land with her late husband, Barney, Bonner County resident Lois Blasko has established a conservation easement over her scenic 350-acre farmstead. While many know Lois as their 5th grade teacher from years past, … Read More »
KLT is trying something new: proving the relevance of nature and conservation to the broader community by creating authentic opportunities to connect with the land. Nature is a powerful force for change, be it community health and wellness, education, or a long list of other hurdles.
By applying a community-driven model to its conservation work, KLT is able to address community challenges while encouraging a strong conservation ethic. Join us to support healthy, vibrant communities in north Idaho and northwest Montana, while ensuring the viability of our shared landscape into the future.